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Locus of control and self-disclosure under conditions of stress and non-stress
This study examined the possibility that the apparent adjustment of internal locus of control individuals is due to denial and defensiveness rather than actual adjustment. One hundred and seventeen subjects(thirty-one ...
Sex-role orientation and response to cognitive stressors
The present study was aimed at investigating the relationship between sex-role orientation, as defined by the BSRI, and heart-rate response to stress. After being administered both the BSRI and JAS, 35 female ...
Tool for measuring self-preserved "pressure" in athletes
The purpose of this study was to develop a practical assessment tool for measuring self-perceived "pressure", a situational variant in athletes. A checklist was developed and in its final form contained 16 items. The ...
Measurement and analysis of self-perceived pressure in male and female collegiate basketball players
The purpose of this study was to assess relationships between aspects of self-perceived pressure of male and female collegiate basketball players prior to recurrent sporting events. The research design selected was a ...